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  • Jul 18, 2012

    Outdoor power tools that don’t use gas or ethanol

    An article we posted earlier this month about the outdoor power equipment industry’s concerns over E15 generated a comment from CORE Outdoor Power (, Polson, Mont. Founded nine years ago, CORE has developed technology that replaces gasoline (or E15) engine-powered tools, such as trimmers and blowers. The company expects to launch push lawn mowers and pruners in late 2013 as well....More
  • Apr 4, 2011

    A virtual rain gauge for your farm

      This spring, you’ll be able to check overnight rainfall amounts across your farm via email, thanks to a patent-pending technology that uses Doppler radar and proprietary algorithms to estimate rainfall amounts at any location. The daily rainfall reports will be available through Beck’s Hybrids in conjunction with across much of the Midwest. In other areas, the service is available directly from
  • Feb 22, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    NFMS: Roving Reporter (and farmer) Scott McPheeters discovers show gems, Part 2

    Nebraska farmer Scott McPheeters discovers at the National Farm Machinery Show a PTO attachment for an ATV, unique mower blade replacements, and two guys who do the tough job of moving concrete stave silos....More
  • Feb 21, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    NFMS: Roving Reporter (and farmer) Scott McPheeters discovers show gems, Part 1

    Nebraska farmer Scott McPheeters offers up his list of unique tools and equipment at the 2011 National Farm Machinery Show. This portion of his list includes the Weed Wiper by GrassWorks, the Eco-Weeder by Univerco, the Soil Warrior nitrogen applicator by ETS, the PitStop Pro by John Deere and the Vcutter from Tigerco....More
  • Jun 7, 2010
    Farm Industry News

    Biobased lubricants for farm equipment

    Biobased lubricants made from soybeans and canola have improved in quality and pricing. These “green” products now may...More

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